Hell In A Bucket, Bertha, Walkin' Blues, Ramble On Rose, Beat It On Down The Line, Big Railroad Blues, Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues, Let It Grow Sugar Magnolia-> Foolish Heart-> Playin' In The Band-> Terrapin Station-> Playin' In The Band Jam-> Drums-> Jam-> The Wheel-> Black Peter-> Around & Around-> Sunshine Daydream, E: Box Of Rain
Clean up of SHNid=516; SBD > DAT > CDR > SHN; Cleaned by Darryl Hinko. See notes.
August 30, 2006 Subject:
Wow, I was at this show (you out there Gil?) and this is the first time I am listening to it since. I was young and carefree. Now Im old and carefree. haha. I wasnt exactly sober enough to recall much of it, so it sounds as new as if listening to it for the first time.
I remember how they ripped through the first two songs Bucket and Bertha like it would be the last time they were playing them. Listening to it again reiterates that viewpoint.
This is an excellent show from start to finish. The crowd was the most raucous of any dead show I went to. It was an awesome time. The Dead loved playing the Garden. It shows here. Both Jerry and Bob sound amazing. Phil does a smooth version of Tom thumb (Dylan).
July 3, 2005 Subject:
Show 4 : Sound 4
I haven't listened to the whole show but what I've heard is good. I was not a fan of the '91 sound until fairly recently but the band was relatively proficient at that time, not so much a series of peaks and valleys but a good long stretch of 'pretty damn good'. Didn't Neil Young once say that he likes folks that play good on a good night and bad on a bad night and that 'long flat expanses of professionalism bother me'? Well, 1991 is a long flat expanse of professionalism, something that had never occurred before, and it doesn't bother me one bit! Things would get weird again soon enough. By the way, the splices do make the cuts seemingly seamless. Note the difference there? Not seemless but SEAMLESS. Jeez. The show is good if you like 1991 and the set list looks real nice on paper with the bonus of sounding good on disc!